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Drinking at Sunset Junction: Go Organic

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Naturewell will host their grand opening next week, but they're offering free samples this afternoon, they said earlier today as they prepped their signs and storefront.

There are no alcoholic drinks, but refreshing the body is the name of the game here. It's vegan, organic and they buy as much as possible from local farmers.

We tried a sweet coconut water concoction and it was quite amazing. Then they broke out the dragonfruit, which tastes similar to a kiwi, but richer, and it was very tasty.

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Naturewell is located at 3824 Sunset Blvd., south of Sanborn and two stores down from Flore, a vegan cafe that opened last year during the Sunset Junction Street Festival.

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